Convention question not simple one

PREP WORK: State Rep. Cale Keable, D-Burrillville, co-chairman of the Bi-Partisan Preparatory Commission for a Constitutional Convention, left, speaks with Michael Gamboli, a partner at Partridge Snow and Hahn LLP. / PBN PHOTO/FRANK MULLIN
PREP WORK: State Rep. Cale Keable, D-Burrillville, co-chairman of the Bi-Partisan Preparatory Commission for a Constitutional Convention, left, speaks with Michael Gamboli, a partner at Partridge Snow and Hahn LLP. / PBN PHOTO/FRANK MULLIN
(Editor’s note: This is the last in a series of stories on statewide ballot questions voters will consider.) Battle lines have been drawn over the referendum on holding a constitutional convention in Rhode Island. Supporters see an opportunity to tackle thorny issues such as the line-item veto and redistricting. Opponents are concerned about a host…

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